A summary of weather conditions, total expected generation available/unavailable, projected imports, forecasted load and reserve requirements and projected actions required to maintain reliability at the peak hour of each of the subsequent seven-days.
The system requirements for AGC-equipped generation to automatically increase or decrease its level of output to control frequency and to maintain proper power flows into and out of the NE Control Area for each hour of the previous year. Also included are the current values of the tuning parameters used in the regulation selection algorithm and software.
A time-series plot of systemwide hourly load forecast compared with actual real-time load for a selected operating day. This load does not include energy consumed by dispatchable asset-related demand, such as the energy used to operate pumped-storage plants.
Hourly system wide load forecast for the current day and following two days. Updated twice daily at 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.
Download the ISO’s hourly demand forecast for today and the next two days broken down by reliability region. The forecast is updated daily by 8:00 a.m. The ISO also publishes a three-day forecast for the entire system.
Daily summary of factors affecting the power system during the next seven days, including weather, generating capacity and peak demand.
Aggregate wind power forecast for each hour (by hour ending) for the next seven days. Forecast is updated daily, generally by 10:00 a.m. ET. Please note this forecast is still in development and is currently posted for informational purposes only.
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